Sense and Nonsense of McLuhan

Sidney Finkelstein


Contents

1. The Revolution in Media and a Revolutionary Kind of Book, 7

2. McLuhanese History vs. Real History, 15

3. The Mythical War of the Senses, 31

4. The Medium and the Deceptive Message, 47

(Excerpt)

5. Art Extensions vs. Media Amputations of Man, 61

6. Hot, Cool and the Brainless Involvement, 79

(Excerpts)

7. McLuhan’s Totalitarianism and Human Resilience, 105


SOURCE: Finkelstein, Sidney. Sense and Nonsense of McLuhan. New York: International Publishers, 1968. 122 pp.


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